WHICH WAY TO GO?
by Clark James
Excuse me sir, I don’t mean to bother.
But I need to get home to my mother and father.
Oh I'm sorry young lady, for I can't help you
get home to your parents, because I'm lost too!
Gee, I'm so sorry sir for I didn't know
that you didn't know either, which way to go.
May I suggest you go either way.
Whichever you want. It must be okay.
But I don't even know which way to try.
I miss my mommy and I'm going to cry.
Sweet little girl, please don't waste your tears.
I wish I could help, but I've been lost for years.
Well then I must decide which way to go.
This one or that one. Eenie, meenie, minie, mo.
What a great decision for you to make.
All on your own, which path to take.
Goodbye dear sir. I must get going.
I'll head that way, where the sky is glowing.
Farewell young lady, for it was my pleasure
to meet someone with a family they treasure.
Come on old man, you must make a decision
which way to turn at this road's division.
Oh I can't decide which path to go forth.
Which way to head, to the south or the north.
Well I must not make a decision today
for it's much to late to get underway.
Perhaps tomorrow. Just not tonight,
I'll aim to the left, or stay to the right?
Oh I'll make up my mind.
Oh someday I might!